- December 30, 2014
The Cloud Security Alliance says cloud data privacy has emerged as a top issue for industry amid Microsoft's battle with the U.S. government over customer emails stored in Ireland.
- December 16, 2014
Microsoft's refusal to give the U.S. government customer emails stored in Ireland will likely have implications for enterprise cloud data privacy and security.
- December 04, 2014
Microsoft is working to improve Azure security, but analysts say Amazon Web Services is still in the lead when it comes to cloud security capabilities.
- November 19, 2014
Newly announced Amazon Web Services security features include an encryption key management service intended to boost cloud security and strengthen appeal of AWS to enterprises.
- November 05, 2014
With IBM Dynamic Cloud Security, Big Blue is shifting its entire security portfolio, from managed services to threat analytics, to the cloud.
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Sponsored by IBM - Now is the time to fully embrace SAP modernization. There is simply too much value in the data contained within SAP applications for any enterprise to risk missing out on potential digital transformation opportunities. See More
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Sponsored by IBM - Enterprise IT decision-makers predict that more than 40% of their workloads will be running on public cloud platforms by 2020. The question is not whether to move apps to the public cloud; it is more about which apps to move and how to move them without risk. See More
- October 31, 2014
A new study by cloud security startup Elastica shows that enterprise employees are unknowingly leaking sensitive data through cloud apps and services.
- October 20, 2014
There is more potential trouble for Apple iCloud users as a nationwide man-in-the-middle attack struck the iCloud website in China amid the country's launch of the new iPhone 6.
- October 09, 2014
After a Xen hypervisor flaw led several major cloud providers to reboot their host servers, experts say future cloud computing hypervisor security issues will likely cause further service disruptions.
- October 07, 2014
Sophos looks to strengthen its cloud security offerings for mobile security with the acquisition of Mojave Networks, a mobile security startup.
- September 29, 2014
A recent study from the Cloud Security Alliance shows strong support for global data privacy standards as well as a consumer bill of rights, but there are major obstacles for privacy in the cloud.
- September 25, 2014
Security pros from Hewlett-Packard and SkyHigh Networks offer insight on how to identify shadow cloud apps and services within the enterprise.
- September 23, 2014
Attendees and speakers at the CSA Congress and IAPP Privacy Academy stressed the need for better data classification to reduce the effects of cloud breaches.
- September 19, 2014
Internet radio company Pandora explains how it found a strategy to embrace shadow IT and still secure cloud app usage within the company.
- September 12, 2014
Following FireEye's new threat analytics platform for Amazon Web Services, are enterprises ready to embrace the benefits of cloud-based threat analytics?
- September 02, 2014
Following the iCloud hack and resulting leak of celebrity photos, experts say many enterprises 'don't have a clue' that corporate data could also be at risk.